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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 5. State Air Pollution Control Board
6/18/2019

Chapter 160. Regulation for General ConformityRead Chapter

Section 10
General
Section 20
Terms defined
Section 30
Applicability
Section 40
Authority of board and department
Section 50
[Repealed]
Section 80
Relationship of state regulations to federal regulations
Section 90
[Repealed]
Section 110
General
Section 120
Federal agency conformity responsibility
Section 130
Reporting requirements
Section 140
Public participation
Section 150
Reevaluation of conformity
Section 160
Criteria for determining conformity of general federal actions
Section 170
Procedures for conformity determinations
Section 180
Mitigation of air quality impacts
Section 181
Conformity evaluation for federal installations with facility-wide emission budgets
Section 182
Emissions beyond the time period covered by the applicable implementation plan
Section 183
Timing of offsets and mitigation measures
Section 184
Inter-precursor mitigation measures and offsets
Section 185
Early emission reduction credit programs at federal facilities and installation subject to federal oversight
Section 190
Savings provision
Section 200
[Repealed]
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